New Online Courses
This spring, we're offering new online courses to enjoy from home. As you can see, we'll have courses running every day of the week.
Scholarships are available.
Mondays, 1 – 2:30pm
Explore the intersections between traditional sculpture and contemporary performance, video, and conceptual art.
Amedeo Modigliani. Head (detail), 1911–1912. A249. Public Domain.
Tuesdays, 1 – 2:30pm
Curator Ellen McBreen brings to light the deeply personal objects that so often found their way into Matisse’s paintings.
Henri Matisse. Studio with Goldfish, 1912. BF569. © 2020 Succession H. Matisse / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Wednesdays, 10 – 11:30am
This course bolsters mindfulness through close-looking and deep concentration on works of art.
Aristodimos Kaldis. Absorbing Art, 1941. BF988. © 2020 Estate of Aristodimos Kaldis
Wednesdays, 1 – 3pm
Survey key post-impressionist paintings by Seurat, Toulouse-Lautrec, Cézanne, and more to explore the divergent directions of the Parisian avant-garde in the late 19th century.
Georges Seurat. Models, 1886–1888. BF811. Public Domain.
Thursdays, 1 – 3pm
Get acquainted with Pippin, Demuth, Glackens, and more in the context of the collection as well as the broader scope of 20th-century American art.
Maurice Brazil Prendergast. Beach and Two Houses (detail), c. 1918. BF557. Public Domain.
Fridays, 1 – 3pm
With Dr. Barnes’s collection of antiquities as a starting point, this course explores the major artistic and architectural moments of the Roman Empire.
The Arena of Pula, Croatia, c. 1st century CE. Photo by Kaelin Jewell